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Alt title: Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World - the Animated Series

Kino's Journey -the Beautiful World- the Animated Series Episode 8 - Country of Radio Waves

Shizu begins his journey in search of a permanent residence along with Riku and Ti. After their group arrives at a country with stable order and a good economy, they take their time surveying the nation.

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Rascal Rascal says

Both contain philosophical elements and two traveling companions journeying through a beautiful but dangerous world, observing and talking about it.

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solrm122 solrm122 says

Why do I think Mononoke and Kino's Journey are complimentary? Although these two anime seem very distant in the topics they represent they are actually quite similar.

One, they both deal with a traveling hero who is searching for adventure. Kino is more passive than the Medicine Seller (who actually does interfere and actively solves problems) but at the heart of Kino's Journey there is an element of how her presence affected the people in the towns she vistis and how the visit affects her.  

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